Harlem’s Taxi-Medallion Sales Rev Up

Crains New York reports that Guy Roberts has operated taxi fleets in the city for nearly four decades. And despite the cab industry’s recent troubles, he believes it’s on solid financial ground. Continue Reading →

Officials Say New Buses Coming To Harlem

A fleet of 79 brand-new buses will replace some of the oldest buses in New York City servicing five Upper East Side routes — the M14, M15, M101, M102 and M103 — officials announced. Continue Reading →

NJ Transit Speeds Bus Boarding At GWB Bus Station In Washington Heights

New Jersey Transit (NJ Transit) has announced it will expedite the boarding process at the George Washington Bridge Bus Station in Washington Heights, following the station’s reopening, to improve the overall customer experience by getting riders home faster. Continue Reading →

Harlem Subway Station Booth’s Fire Extinguisher Goes Off, Sends MTA Agent To Hospital

An MTA station agent was taken to the hospital Friday when the booth’s fire extinguisher accidentally went off, according to officials. Continue Reading →

Officials, Advocates Praise From Upper East Side To Harlem Transit Options

City officials and transportation advocates gathered on the Upper East Side to celebrate the neighborhood’s improved transportation options. Continue Reading →

Metro-North Says To Expect Friday Delays On Harlem Line

Metro-North Railroad said commuters should expect delays at some Harlem line stations throughout the day on Friday. Continue Reading →

Summer Launch Planned For Bx6 Select Bus Service In Washington Heights

Select Bus Service is coming to the Bx6, a major crosstown route in the South Bronx. The Bx6 runs between Riverside Drive in Washington Heights and Hunts Point, crossing the Harlem River over the Macombs Dam Bridge. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mark Levine Decries Uptown’s Poor Bus Service

Council Member Mark Levine joined the Bus Turnaround Coalition as they released a new, interactive online district-level bus report card tool that allows bus riders and elected officials to see, at a glance, the quality of bus service in their districts. Continue Reading →

Train Spares 18-year-old Girl Who Fell Off Harlem Subway Platform While Dancing (Update)

She got her groove back — then fell on the tracks. An 18-year-old girl dancing on a Harlem subway platform tumbled onto the tracks early Friday, but miraculously escaped serious injury when a train rolled over her, police said.

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Funds For MTA In Harlem Not Clear Under New $1 Billion Trump Infrastructure Plan

NY1 reports that the future of the Second Avenue subway could be in jeopardy under President Donald Trump’s new $1 trillion infrastructure plan. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Rodriguez, Fair Fares Coalition Discusses Anti-Poverty Initiative

Members of the Fair Fares Coalition, including Riders Alliance, Community Service Society, Council Transportation Chair and Harlem elected Ydanis Rodriguez and a handful of his colleagues, today unveiled a new, lower-cost proposal that would ensure New Yorkers living deep in poverty are supported by the City with half-priced MetroCards.

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Take Metro-North To Yankees, Mets Home Games From Harlem

The easiest way to take yourself out to the ball game from the Harlem might just be Metro-North. Continue Reading →

NYC Health Departments Releases Report Driving And Dangerous Driving Behaviors

The Health Department today released a new Epi Data Brief on driving and dangerous driving behaviors from Harlem to Hollis in NYC. Continue Reading →

CM Rodriguez Strengthens Call For Fair Fares And CitiBike Expansion

At the NYC Council Transportation Committee’s annual preliminary budget hearing, Harlem Chair Ydanis Rodriguez strengthened his call for the city to support lower income New Yorkers with half-priced fares. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Service Disruption In And Out Of Penn Station

Due to a minor train derailment, Amtrak customers should expect delays in and out of Penn Station. Continue Reading →